When the server load is higher than specified, show an error message instead of loading the page.
Even though servers do have their "protection" against overload throwing a 503 error, at the time when this happen, server can be really overloaded already. This plugin checks the actual CPU load and if higher than specified (by default 2 per every core), displays an error message.
Very simple checking is used and by no means is this a replacement to proper load balancing. Can be useful though, especially when your server system is undergoing a tuning or heavy maintenance, is under weak attack, etc. and you don't want to disable the site completely.
Currently only Linux servers are supported ( = tested), other UNIX systems should work as well.
Cache detection (if page is cached, serve it regardless the load)
Support for Win servers
Test server compatibility
Storing settings outside of database for speed improvement
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Requires: 3.4.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.11
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Active Installs: Less than 10
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